制作发行: Next Dimension Imaging
BoneLab 2 is the successor of BoneLab, the most successful learning software product for the Anatomy of the Skeleton. Visual 3D-view management, a user specific dictionary and instant access to further online information sources, make BoneLab 2 a most efficient aid for learning, studying and reference. Like all our anatomical products, BoneLab 2 offers outstanding features for visual dissection, previewing, adding labels and notes to sectional 3D-views. BoneLab 2 uses our high quality standard skeleton.
BoneLab 2 is easy to use
The powerful visual user interface is unique and shows all 3D views in small preview tiles for quick access. You can create your own sectional 3D-views and add it to a build-in collection of 130 labeled 3D-views. Colorize your views, add labels and notes and save views for later reference.
BoneLab 2 becomes a personal aid for learning and reference
BoneLab 2 becomes a personal aid for learning and reference While adding labels and notes in your language to 3D-views, a dictionary is automatically maintained and helps you to quickly find related views and memorize the anatomical terms. Organize your views in the views tree.
Access Online information
Hyperlinks for all structures provide instant online access to related anatomical and medical information. Click a structure to highlight and display related online info, images and clips in the integrated browser window.
View-centric user interface and manipulating and saving of sectional 3D views
Auto-colorization and auto-focusing depending on interactive dissection
Auto-hiding pointer labels
Growing, personal dictionary for anatomical terms
Online bindings use information on the web as resource
Hard drive space approx. 100 MB
Monitor: 800 x 600 pixels
3D graphic card
Pentium III or compatible
RAM: at least 1 GB
Nowadays, kids (and adults of course) have high tech 3D computer models such as BoneLab which help bring the body to life and help you memorise more easily parts of the body like the tibia, fibia and... erm... brain. BoneLab allows you to browse all bones in three dimensions. The models are all high quality and support free rotation and zoom so you view them at just about any angle.
It should be noted that BoneLab is not really suitable for kids because it's quite a technical application full of detailed and complex descriptions of the human body. For medical professionals and students it's a dream however as BoneLab features links to Wikipedia for complex anatomical terms.
There's little to criticise in BoneLab as it does an excellent job of making learning about the human body that bit more fun. Perhaps some videos would have been nice though.